Eat and Drink in Liverpool
The food and drink scene in Liverpool is bursting with flavour and excitement, a melting pot of culture and flavours coming together to create a gastronomic delight.
Restaurants in Liverpool vary. There’s sleek fine-dining at Paul Askew’s Art School and a more casual take at Barnacle inside Duke Street Market. Bold Street is home to some of Liverpool's most favourite restaurants like Maray, The Italian Club and the first ever Mowgli.
Castle Street has become well-known for its abundance of high-quality eateries and cute cocktail bars, bookended by the 18th Century Town Hall and Queen Victoria Monument.
You’ll find some gems too when it comes to traditional pubs in Liverpool. There’s Beatles favourites The Grapes and Ye Cracke in The Georgian Quarter and several to choose from along Dale Street.
When it comes to bars and nightlife, Liverpool is well-known as a boss night out. The city centre has pockets of bars, pubs, clubs and karaoke bars all within walking distance.